Guiding clients through buying or selling residential property.
Buying or selling?
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How can we help you?
Are You Buying
Professional fees from $1095
If you’re planning on buying a home, a Brisbane conveyancing lawyer can help streamline the property purchase by reviewing the contract of sale and acting on your behalf to arrange settlements.
A Brisbane property conveyancing specialist can also make sure everything listed in the contract is correct and check for unpaid rates or unresolved disputes. Though there are conveyancing kits available, they come with the big risk of making a legal slip that could affect the process of purchasing a home.
It’s recommended that you leave the settlement arrangement to a professional who can act as a mediator between both parties. If you’d like a free quote, you can submit details on our property buying solicitor online form.
Are You Selling
Professional fees from $695
When it comes to selling your home, it’s important you don’t attempt to cut costs by arranging the settlement yourself.
A Brisbane conveyancer understands the complexities of Queensland real estate and can act on your behalf to discuss the settlement in detail with the buyer’s representative.
Typically, there are fewer risks involved with selling property, so the fees involved with hiring a Brisbane property conveyancing specialist will be cheaper.
If you’d like a fixed price quote for your property, simply fill out our house sale conveyancing online form and one of our Brisbane property lawyers will get in touch shortly.
What We Do
MAP LAWYERS BRISBANE CONVEYANCER
Buying or selling a property can be a stressful time given the amount of legal jargon and tedious paperwork involved in transferring deeds.
Add to that the constant back and forth between third parties and you’ll often find that doing the deed transfer process yourself can end up being a costly and time-consuming process.
WHY CHOOSE MAP LAWYERS AS YOUR BRISBANE PROPERTY CONVEYANCING SPECIALIST?
PEOPLE IN THE KNOW
Lets face it, conveyancing is not particularly exciting, until it all goes wrong. You want to make sure you have the right people on the job to ensure a transaction goes through smoothly and when issues do arise, you are supported with the knowledge you need to make decisions. Importantly, all of our matters are handled by qualified solicitors with expertise in conveyancing (no paralegals, administrative assistants of unqualified ‘legal practitioners’ running your files here!).
CLIENT CARE (BECAUSE WE DO)
Gone are the days of sitting in a stuffy law office and having to put up with complicated legal jargon. Equally, we are not so impersonal that you cannot pick up the phone and talk to a real person (and the same person!). We are friendly, knowledgeable and will explain the process and any issues in a user-friendly way. Don’t take our word for it – check out reviews on Google to hear what our clients have to say!
You will not find a more committed and reliable team to assist you with your conveyancing than the team at Map Lawyers – let us prove it to you!
We believe that our fixed fee pricing for conveyancing is one of the cheapest in Brisbane. See our online calculator for a comprehensive, property specific quote (with no hidden extras).
Brisbane Conveyancing Solicitor FAQs
TIPS FOR BUYING AT AUCTION We are seeing a huge influx of unconditional auction contracts come through our doors in the current market. We know buying at auction is stressful, so we wanted to provide you with some tips (from a conveyancing perspective) to ensure you are fully prepared and understand the process. The Contract
FIRB WHAT? WHAT IS FOREIGN INVESTMENT REVIEW BOARD APPROVAL? Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) approval is required where a temporary resident or foreign investor wishes to invest or buy residential land in Australia. Penalties apply for foreign acquirers who fail to comply. Who has to apply? For the purposes of FIRB approval, a Buyer of
NO NEED TO SEND A HOUND TO COLLECT YOUR COMMISSION As most residential real estate agents will be aware, it is preferable for a Buyer to pay a substantial deposit which covers the Agent’s commission and advertising expenses, and leave a buffer for the Seller (keeping in mind that the deposit should not go over